Goals he scored in 1957-1958

Min. Opponent Date Venue Competition Match Report
4' Cardiff City 31 August Anfield League View report
30' Fulham 07 September Craven Cottage League View report
46' Bristol Rovers 26 October Anfield League View report
51' Notts County 09 November Anfield League View report
5' Blackburn Rovers 23 November Anfield League View report
79' Blackburn Rovers 23 November Anfield League View report
62' Rotherham United 27 November Anfield League View report
13' Sheffield United 30 November Bramall Lane League View report
83' West Ham United 07 December Anfield League View report
6' Grimsby Town 26 December Anfield League View report
24' pen Grimsby Town 26 December Anfield League View report
28' Northampton Town 25 January Anfield FA Cup View report
59' Charlton Athletic 08 February Anfield League View report
15' Doncaster Rovers 19 February Belle Vue League View report
46' Blackburn Rovers 22 February Ewood Park League View report
50' Blackburn Rovers 22 February Ewood Park League View report
78' Blackburn Rovers 22 February Ewood Park League View report
33' Derby 05 March Anfield League View report
13' Lincoln City 15 March Anfield League View report
? pen Stoke City 07 April Anfield League View report
? Stoke City 07 April Anfield League View report
75' Sheffield United 12 April Anfield League View report
21' West Ham United 19 April Upton Park League View report

King Billy quote

"Billy Liddell has dominated the post-war stage of the Liverpool Football Club. At times he has seemed to be Liverpool. Already he is becoming more than a name - he's on his way to being a legend. A legend of electrifying runs, full-blooded shooting plus superlative sportsmanship. In all the years I've watched, I've never seen him intentionally foul an opponent, pettishly kick the ball away or do anything that was even the slightest questionable. He was the complete footballer, but he was something more; he is a man of great integrity who has endeared himself to us all. If I were as good a sportsman as Billy Liddell, I'd be proud. You're a better man than I am - Billy Liddell!"

John Moores, chairman of Everton FC, on 21st of September 1960 on the eve of Liddell's testimonial

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